A uPVC double glazed front door opens to a very roomy reception hall with part ceramic tiled and part oak finish flooring. There is good natural storage space with a pair of built in full height cupboards. The stairs rise to the first floor, a part glazed door leads to the Sitting Room – Playroom –Study and double doors open to the Living Room.
The living room and dining area form a large L shaped open plan space that is arranged to overlook and open to the rear garden with double glazed patio doors leading to the deck and lawn beyond.
The fitted kitchen is well designed with a full range of contemporary Shaker style Birch finish wall and floor cupboards, granite effect laminated worktops, a 1½ bowl sink unit, ceramic tiled surrounds and contrasting floor tiling. There is an integrated double oven – grill, an inset hob and a concealed cooker hood above. Space is available for a full size dishwasher, a washing machine and an upright fridge freezer and the outlook is over the deck and rear garden.
The excellent sitting room – playroom or large study that offers an outlook to the front makes the house very adaptable and could even offer ground floor double bedroom space if required.
The landing is galleried over the stairwell with turned newel post and balusters; a hatch allowing access to the insulated loft and a deep built in linen cupboard.
The three very comfortable bedrooms include a noticeably larger than usual single bedroom at the front.
Bedroom two, a double room is also arranged to the front of the house and has a built in double wardrobe.
Bedroom 1 overlooks the rear garden and offers a more open outlook beyond and again the proportions of this room are very good, while another feature of the design is the light, airy feel.
The bathroom has been fully updated in recent years and is well appointed with a contemporary white suite comprising a panelled bath with a laminated glass shower screen and a thermostatically controlled shower over, a close coupled WC and a vanity unit with a wash hand basin inset. There are complementary ceramic tiled surrounds and a frosted window to the rear.
The house stands well back in the close and the drive at the front provides parking for two cars with a gravel border and an area of lawn to one side that is bounded by a low ever green hedge.
A path leads to the ‘front door’ at the side and continues via a gate to the rear where an area of paving leads to a garden shed and to a broad deck that adjoins the back of the house and overlooks the lawn that is of excellent size. The garden is enclosed by timber panel fencing and a screen wall at the bottom with a selection of shrubs and bushes adding further privacy. Overall, the rear garden extends to over 56’ (17.07m).